The Legendary Life of Pancho Barnes, Aviatrix

Before becoming one of the first Hollywood stunt pilots, Barnes was a debutante who ran away to sea disguised as a man and ...
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The Women of Vintage Air

These pilots who fly vintage aircraft are a special cadre.
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The Family That Flies Together

Nicole Robbins is a third-generation pilot balancing flight training with building a family.
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Mentoring Programs Aim To Boost Ranks of Women in Aviation

Many women’s organizations are active in preparing and supporting aviation professionals.
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Sewing for Boeing

Before Rosie the Riveter, women made their mark on aviation manufacturing by hand-stitching fabric coverings on aircraft.
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These Women Impact the Bottom Line for the Aviation Industry

Here are five female difference makers who help guide the industry through airlines, air cargo, aviation business, military, and government.
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Good FLYING Reads: Pinning on Wings of Gold

The first female U.S. Navy pilots form a fascinating subject for author Beverly Weintraub.
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When Women Earned Their Wings: the USAF’s First Crop of Female Pilots

Forty-five years ago, the U.S. Air Force admitted 10 women into undergraduate pilot training, marking its first class of female aviators.
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Women in Aviation Advisory Board Gives the FAA ‘A Flight Plan for the Future’

The plan calls for a systems approach to remove a web of barriers for women in aviation.
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How One Woman Excelled in Athletics, Journalism, Venture Capital—and Aviation

Aviation executive Bonny Simi describes her fascinating journey as an airline pilot, Olympic athlete, TV reporter, venture capitalist, and executive at Joby Aviation.
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